Hill Country Covid Vaccination Site
Covid Vaccine Registration, appointment required.
Hill Country Covid Vaccine Registration
Click the link below to let us know you are interested for receiving a vaccination.
Please read the information below to learn more.
The Hill Country COVID Vaccination Site will continue to offer the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine and we anticipate receiving additional doses in the coming weeks.
We apologize for the challenges last week’s scheduling presented. Thank you for your patience. We have worked through your feedback and revised our process. We hope you will find it easier to navigate.
Moving forward we will gather names of those interested in receiving a COVID vaccine through a web portal. At this time, those completing the form must still attest that they meet the requirements of Phase 1A and 1B. Instead of selecting appointment times, as doses become available we will push appointment times to those who have completed an interest form. Completing this form is not a guarantee of a vaccine. It is a mechanism to let us know who is interested in receiving the vaccine when one becomes available. We also recognize that it may take some time to work through all who submit an interest form. We continue to have a very limited supply of vaccines.
Once you have received an email confirmation of your appointment, you will also receive an auto voice call notifying you of your email. If you need to cancel or change an appointment please call 830.990.6648.
The Hill Country Community COVID Vaccine Site remains the only COVID vaccine hub in the region and we continue to be proud to offer this to our community.
Thank you for your continued patience as we work to deliver the vaccines and respond to the voicemails and emails as quickly as possible. If you have completed the vaccine interest form online at HillCountryCovid.care, we have your name and information and will contact you as soon as a vaccine is available for you.
- Appointment is required, bring completed forms upon arrival
- Vaccines will be offered to community members following the phasing guidelines which is currently in Phase 1A and 1B.
- Arrive 15 minutes early if you need help to complete your paperwork, if not you may be asked to stay in your vehicle until your appointment
- Mask is required: How to wear a mask properly
- You are encouraged to wear a short-sleeved shirt.
- Bring a photo i.d.
- If you are running a fever of 99.4 or great, please call in advance to reschedule your appointment.
- When selecting a date for your first dose, please ensure your availability for your second dose 28 days later.
Forms to complete and bring with you to your appointment:
Fact sheet for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine
V-Safe after vaccination health checker information
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation Phase 1A Definition
COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation Phase 1B Definition
Do you want to become a volunteer?
Hill Country Memorial along with community partners Fredericksburg Chamber of Commerce, Hill Country University Center, the Good Samaritan Center, City of Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg Police Department, and the Gillespie County Sherrif’s Department have been approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) to establish a community vaccine distribution site. Also lending a hand to the efforts through volunteer and staffing support are Gillespie County Ministerial Alliance, local churches, Fredericksburg area Rotary Clubs, community physician offices, and Hill Country Community Needs Council. Vaccines will be administered following phasing guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Texas DSHS.
Community members are encouraged to check the registration website often. Appointment time slots will be added should community members cancel their appointment or as additional vaccine doses arrive.
By appointment only, individuals are now able to sign up to receive a vaccine at the vaccination site, slated as the Hill Country University Center. Vaccines will be offered to community members following the phasing guidelines which is currently in Phase 1A and 1B. For updates on the current phasing, visit DSHS COVID-19 Vaccine Information.